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Tim Hortons launches new dark roast as part of chain’s plan to get back to basics
Tim Hortons is hoping the third time’s a charm as it rolls out its latest iteration of a dark roast coffee this week, a key part of the chain’s back-to-basics… Lire la suite >>
Giant Tiger chooses company insider to replace founder Gordon Reid as CEO
Giant Tiger Stores Ltd. says veteran company executive Paul Wood will take up the reins as founder Gordon Reid steps down from his role as chief executive of the discount… Lire la suite >>
Quebec farms facing lost profits and rotting harvests due to migrant worker shortage
Nineteen-year-old Florence Lachapelle was among hundreds of Quebecers who tried their hand at planting seeds and harvesting produce this summer, replacing migrant workers who were unable to leave their countries… Lire la suite >>
Clorox becomes ‘it’ brand in world sheltered in place
Sales at Clorox jumped 22% in its most recent quarter with millions of people growing more vigilant about cleaning routines in the pandemic. The company also announced Monday that Linda… Lire la suite >>
Province launches ‘Ontario Made’ program to promote locally-produced products
The province has launched a new program aimed at promoting locally-made products as Ontario begins its journey towards economic recovery. Lire la suite >>
Amazon building second distribution centre in Ottawa
Amazon has announced it will be building a second distribution centre in Ottawa. Lire la suite >>
Food inspection agency says variety of vegan chocolate bars contains milk
The Canada Food Inspection Agency has issued a warning that a brand of vegan chocolate bars actually contains milk. Lire la suite >>
Annual inflation rate turned negative in April: StatCan
Canada’s inflation rate turned negative in April as the economy came to a standstill in the first full month of the pandemic as part of a spending shift that a… Lire la suite >>
Funds to fight COVID-19 in meat plants might not move for months, feds say
OTTAWA — Tens of millions of federal dollars aimed at helping food processors deal with a rash of COVID-19 outbreaks might not move until the end of September, and there… Lire la suite >>
Fisheries producers shifting gears to adjust to coronavirus impact on markets
Atlantic Canadian fisheries entrepreneurs like Danny Dumaresque have to be nimble in their marketing efforts as the impact of the novel coronavirus hits their Asian customer base and delays key… Lire la suite >>
Bagged salad recalls highlight bacterial risks of prepped produce
Bagged salad is a quick and easy way to get your greens but a series of recalls is highlighting a not-so-appetizing fact — prepped produce also carries a greater risk… Lire la suite >>